100Kin10 is joining forces with the Encore Fellowships Network to fuel the 100Kin10 movement by adding capacity to member organizations in the areas of marketing and communications, strategic planning, data analysis, program design and management, performance management, and talent management. These Fellowships offer a pathway for seasoned professionals and executives to bring their functional expertise and experience to 100Kin10 partners.
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Momentum Is Building – and You're Part of it
03/29/2013 - 03:04:58am
By Sara Ying Rounsaville
In the past few days, people in encore careers have been making big news. Second acts for the greater good are gaining momentum and continuing to garner serious national media attention. There’s the patient advocate in The New York Times, the children’s chorus founder in a new Wall Street Journal series, the food bank worker in a Reuters column. Coming up are features on the PBS NewsHour and BBC World Service.
Stanford Social Innovation Review Examines The Encore Fellowships Network
12/19/2012 - 06:30:20am
Editor's note: This post originally appeared here, on the blog of researcher Beth Kanter. The authors are part of the team that runs The Encore Fellowships Network. The network helps highly experienced workers from the public sector transition to nonprofit work.
By Leslye Louie and Lyle Hurst
The Encore Fellowships Network is featured as an action case study in the Winter 2013 issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
The article, by researcher Beth Benjamin, begins
The Ravenswood Family Health Center provides health care for the underserved, uninsured, and most vulnerable low-income residents of communities in southeastern San Mateo County. An experienced Encore Fellow provided expert knowledge that lead to significant cost savings from improved supply chain management and order processing.
The flagship Encore Fellows program in Silicon Valley is expanding in 2013, its fifth year in operation.
In order to meet the growing demand from both Fellow candidates and nonprofit Work Hosts, the program is open for applications on an ongoing basis.
In the first four years of operation, the Silicon Valley Encore Fellows have delivered nearly 50,000 hours of high impact work to local nonprofits.